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BBC Wildlife Magazine - - Wild News -

53%

is the amount, on aver­age, that global for­est wildlife pop­u­la­tions have de­clined since the 1970s, ac­cord­ing to a WWF re­port.

34

little tern breed­ing pairs at Long Nanny shore­bird site, Northumber­land, have had their best breed­ing sea­son since 1990. A to­tal of 54 fledglings left the beach to start their mi­gra­tion.

20%

of all meat glob­ally is es­ti­mated to be con­sumed by pets. Own­ers are be­ing urged to give their pets in­sects as an al­ter­na­tive.

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